2011: Named to the All Pac-12 Team...Played in every set and led the Wildcats in hitting percentage (.293) and blocks (102)...Had 14 matches with kills in the double-digits...Added five kills and two blocks in the NCAA Tournament first round versus Michigan State (12/2)...Tallied a team-high 16 kills and four blocks at Arizona State (11/26)...Registered 17 kills and five errors for a .353 hitting percentage versus Arizona State (11/22)...Had seven kills versus No.1 USC (11/19)...Recorded 11 kills in Arizona's sweep of No. 2 UCLA (11/18)...Posted eight kills and six blocks versus Colorado (11/12)...Contributed 11 kills and three blocks versus Utah (11/11)...Added a team-high six blocks and six kills versus No. 20 Oregon (11/6)...Tallied six kills and two assists in the Wildcats' win over Oregon State (11/4)...Registered six kills and two solo blocks at No. 10 Washington (10/30)...Had 14 kills and four blocks at Washington State (10/28)...Recorded eight kills and three blocks versus No. 2 California (10/22)...Posted 12 kills and six digs versus No. 5 Stanford (10/21)...Contributed 14 kills, four digs and three blocks at Utah (10/15)...Added eight kills and a team-high seven blocks at Colorado (10/14)...Tallied 13 kills and four digs in the Wildcats' upset over No. 2 UCLA (10/8)...Registered a team-high 17 kills with a .448 hitting percentage versus No. 5 USC (10/7)...Had 15 kills, five digs and two blocks at No. 6 Stanford (10/2)...Posted eight kills and four blocks at No. 4 California (9/30)...Registered 10 kills and two blocks in Arizona's win over Washington State (9/25)...Had five kills and two blocks versus No. 4 Washington (9/23)...Recorded a career-high 21 kills and added four blocks at Oregon State (9/17)...Contributed eight kills and two blocks in the Wildcats' conference-opener at Oregon...Tallied 14 kills, one ace, three digs and five blocks in Arizona's win over Evansville (9/10)...Had 10 kills, one ace, six digs and three blocks versus SeMO (9/10)...Recorded nine kills, two aces and three blocks versus UIC in the Evansville Dunn Hospitality Invitational (9/9)...Was named Wildcat Classic Tournament Most Valuable Player...Registered five kills, one dig and four blocks vs. Eastern Washington (9/3)...Had 15 kills, two assists and four blocks vs. Cal State Fullerton (9/2)...Contributed eight kills, two assists, four digs and four blocks vs. Presbyterian College (9/2)...Tallied a team-high nine kills, two service aces and two blocks (one solo) vs. No. 10 Hawaii (8/28)...Had eight kills and eight blocks (one solo) in the Wildcats' victory over San Francisco at the Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational (8/27)...Recorded eight kills, two aces and a team-high five blocks (one solo) in Arizona's season opener vs. Wichita State at the Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational (8/26).
2010: Played in all 32 matches in her junior campaign...Recorded a team-high 119 sets played...Averaged 2.43 kills per game with 289 on the season...Had double-digit kills in 14 matches...Posted a team-high 133 total blocks...Added 35 digs. Honors: Named to the All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention Team Season: Recorded 10 kills in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (12/03)...Tallied seven kills and six blocks versus California (11/26)...Registered seven kills versus Stanford (11/25)...Posted nine kills and three blocks in Arizona's defeat of Washington (11/20)...Added five kills versus Washington State (11/19)...Contributed four kills and five blocks versus UCLA (11/14)...Recorded eight kills versus USC (11/13)...Tallied 12 kills and four blocks versus Oregon State (11/07)...Registered a team-high 12 kills and five blocks in the Wildcats' victory over Oregon (11/06)...Posted seven kills and a team-high 23 digs versus Arizona State (10/30)...Had 11 kills and three blocks versus Washington State (10/23)...Added 11 kills and eight blocks versus Washington (10/23)...Contributed 17 kills and five blocks in five sets versus USC (10/17)...Had 12 kills and three digs versus UCLA (10/16)...Recorded 13 kills and six digs versus Oregon State (10/08)...Tallied 15 kills and six blocks versus New Mexico State in the second meeting of the year (10/04)...Registered a team-high nine kills and five blocks in Arizona's victory over Arizona State (10/01)...Posted seven kills versus Stanford (09/26)...Added 13 kills and six blocks versus California (09/24)...Contributed 10 kills versus New Mexico State (09/18)...Had eight kills and five blocks versus Pepperdine (09/18)...Recorded seven kills versus Texas State (09/17)...Tallied 11 kills, three digs and five blocks versus NAU (09/11)...Registered 13 kills and six blocks versus Nevada (09/10)...Posted seven kills and seven blocks versus Pacific (09/10)...Added eight kills versus CSU Bakersfield (09/04)...Contributed 11 kills and three blocks versus Louisville (09/03)...Had seven kills versus Butler (09/03)...Recorded six kills, three digs and four blocks versus Notre Dame (08/29)...Tallied nine kills and six blocks versus Marshall (08/28)...Registered six kills and six blocks versus Cal Poly to open the season (08/27).
2009:Named to the Mountain West's All-Conference . Was named the MWC's Player of the Week on Sept. 28, played in all 16 league matches and 58 sets. In conference-only statistics, she ranked second in points per set (4.21), third kills per set (3.43) and 10th in blocks per set (1.03).Overall, Jackson placed third in points per set (4.10) and fourth in kills per set (3.39) in the conference.She participated in all matches in 2009.She led the Rebels in kills (298), kills per set (3.39), assisted blocks (71) and total blocks (88). She sits tied for first in solo blocks (17). She has racked up double digits in kills on 14 occasions this season, while topping out at a career-high 23 vs. Seattle on Oct. 10. She has hit for .300 or better 10 times with a .600 effort at New Mexico on Oct. 17, marking a season best. She has also added 72 digs, 30 assists and 10 aces to her stat line.. In 2 years she left UNLV ranked seventh in hitting efficiency (.252) and solo blocks (35).
2008: Named the Mountain West Conference's Freshman of the Year...Played in 25 matches and 83 sets...Had a total of 210 kills with nine matches of 10 or more kills, including a season-high 19 vs. BYU (Nov. 6)...Had 10 matches with a hitting efficiency above .300 with a season-high .750 outing (9-0-12) vs. Georgia State (Sept. 20)...Had a total of 13 assists with a season-high three vs. San Diego State (Oct. 3)...Had one ace vs. Air Force (Nov. 22)...Had a total of 40 digs with a season-high four on three occasions...Had a total of 69 blocks (16 solo, 53 assisted) with a season-high two solo blocks on three occasions; six assisted blocks vs. TCU (Sept. 25); and a total of six (six assisted) vs. TCU (Sept. 25had the Conference's highest freshman ranking in hitting percentage in overall and conference matches (.264 and .236, respectively), kills per set in overall and conference matches (2.55 and 2.72, respectively), and points per set in overall and league play (3.06 and 3.24, respectively). She ranked in the top-20 in all the aforementioned categories overall. Jackson has tallied double-figure kills in eight matches this season and also averages 0.81 blocks and 0.49 digs per set. While maxing out at seven digs on two occasions
High School: A 2008 graduate of John A. Rowland High School in Rowland Heights, Calif....Lettered three years in volleyball, while also participating in track and basketball...Named to the All-Valley First Team in volleyball and track in 2007-08...Named to the All-San Antonio League First Team during her junior and senior seasons in volleyball and track...Won the league championships in long jump in 2005-06 and the high jump in 2007-08...Team captain in 2007-08...Holds the high school's record in the high jump, long jump and triple jump.
Personal: Has ten siblings: Antonio, Curtis Jr, Latisha, Shaquisha, Curtisha, Shawanda, Leonardo, Kayonna, Ravion,and Shamya